Thursday, May 12, 2016
Following the success of “Asiko Laiye” and “Orekelewa” visuals, Nigeria’s King of R&BDarey has released the video for “Pray For Me”, the latest video off his fifth studio album “Naked” featuring South African Grammy Award winners Soweto Gospel Choir.
Directed by Mex, the video, which was shot on location in Abeokuta, Lagos and Johannesburg features guest appearances from Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva.The music video follows an exchange between a young man and his estranged father after he leaves his family to chase his big city dream, but soon finds that progress in the city isn’t as it seems and it’s a slow and stressful affair.
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President Buhari says the British Prime Minister, David Cameron was being honest when he said Nigeria was a fantastically corrupt country. President Buhari said this in an interview with CNN's Christine Amanpour
"I think he is being honest about it. He is talking about what he knows about the two of us, Afghanistan and Nigeria and by what we are doing in Nigeria by the day. I don't think you can fault him. I hope he did not address the press. He said it privately and somehow we got to know it" he said.
Speaking on Channels Television programme, "Sunrise Daily" on Thursday, Ibe Kachikwu, the Minister of State for Petroleum, said the lifting of petrol price should not be the basis for which government will provide palliatives to its citizens.
The bold lady was recently spotted at an event with the see-through outfit.